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The role of natural products in drug discovery

Author: R Bohlmann; Johann Mulzer
Publisher: Berlin : Srpinger, 2000.
Series: Ernst Schering Research Foundation workshop, 32.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This title reviews and discusses important contributions to the discovery of drugs generated by research on natural products.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R Bohlmann; Johann Mulzer
ISBN: 354067540X 9783540675402
OCLC Number: 925052505
Notes: Literaturangaben.
Description: xiii, 348 S. : graph. Darst. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Danishefsky/Inoue/Trauner: Synthesis of Immunomodulatory Marine Natural Products; Narquizian/Kocienski: The Pederin Family of Antitumour Agents: Structures, Synthesis and Biological Activity; Forsyth/Dounay/Sabes/Urbanek: Biotherapeutic Potential and Synthesis of Okadaic Acid; Romo et al.: Total Synthesis of Marine Natural Products Driven by Novel Structure, Potent Biological Activity and/or Synthetic Methodology; Barrett et al: Total Synthesis of Antifungal Natural Products; Ellmann: Combinatorial Methods to Engineer Small Molecules for Functional Genomics; Mller et al.: Natural Products in Drug Discovery; Grabley/Thiericke/ Sattler: Tools for Drug Discovery; Hilvert: Genetic Selection as Tool in Mechanistic Enzymology and Protein Design; Kutchan: The Biotechnological Exploitation of Medicinal Plants; Shibasaki: Multifunctional Asymmetric Catalysis; Janda: New Directions in Immunopharmacotherapy.
Series Title: Ernst Schering Research Foundation workshop, 32.
Responsibility: J. Mulzer ; R. Bohlmann ed.


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